It doesn't matter what it says on the badge, this Fender does not sound like any other Fender when it's cranked. Very british, but with a variety. Low gain, it can do a passable vox, but crank it and you're heading to Marshall/Orange territory. Clean, it'll do a passable traditional Fender sound - not as glassy as my old Bronco amp, but very decent clean.
Before buying it, I thought about swapping out the speaker, but I am completely happy with this amp as is.
As a result, I went ahead and listed my little Hotone heads and my VHT cab on craigslist.
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Posted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 4:55 pm Post subject:
Think the idea behind these was that they were supposed to be Marshally (Edit: see 17:20 ish in the vid). Funnily enough was watching a video about them this morning. One of the blokes from Andertons was comparing the Bassbreaker 15 to a Blues Junior with some chap from Fender.
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Posted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 6:00 pm Post subject:
I've wanted one of these for a long time (since I saw that andertons video actually), but I've not had a chance to really play one, so it's cool to see that they're actually just as good as I'd hoped. _________________
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